2015 Agenda

Indigenous Knowledge Gathering: Moving Forward on Culturally Competent Partnerships & Education

May 2, 2015 :: California Institute of Integral Studies

 9am ::  First Floor

Welcome Activation

10am to Noon :: Namaste Hall

Indigenous Knowledge in the Bay - Ohlone Elders & Leaders Share About Being

A Good Guest in Ohlone Territories

Corrina Gould, Chochenyo Ohlone

Indian People Organizing for Change

Jonathan Cordero, Ohlone Chumash

Assistant Professor of Sociology at California Lutheran University and Chairperson of the Association of Ramaytush Ohlone

Nicholas Alexander Gomez, Ohlone Costanoan

Esselen Nation

Student, San Francisco State University and Member of Student Kouncil of Intertribal Nations

 Noon to 1pm :: Room 304

Native Foods Lunch Prepared by SNAG

(Seven Native Americans Generations)

1pm to 3pm :: Namaste Hall

Ritual Reciprocity:

Collaboration Among Many Peoples

Jack Gray, Maori Contemporary Dance Artist

Rulan Tangen, Director of Dancing Earth Creations

Facilitated exploration of the possibilities of activating indigenous knowledge in collective spaces.

 3pm to 5pm ::  Namaste Hall

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz: Positioning Indigenous Knowledge in Higher Education

 5pm to 6pm :: Namaste Hall

Visioning Forward: Possibilities to Advocate for Culturally Appropriate Indigenous

Knowledge Sharing & Practice

 6pm to 9pm :: First Floor

Indigenous Art Celebration

Music by Ras K'DJ

Performances by Chhoti Maa, and Kwaz

 Deep Gratitude to CIIS Sponsors:

President’s Office, Office of Diversity, Mental Health Services Act, Women’s Spirituality, and

East West Psychology